luni, 14 ianuarie 2013

Blog tour Aurora Sky

If there is one thing eighteen-year-old Aurora Sky wants, it’s to get off the iceberg she calls home. Being kissed before she graduates wouldn’t hurt either.

Then a near-fatal car wreck changes everything. Government agents step in and save Aurora’s life in exchange for her services as a vampire hunter. In Alaska. Basically she’s a glorified chew toy. All thanks to her rare blood type, which sends a vampire into temporary paralysis right before she has to finish the job… by hand.

Now Aurora’s only friends are groupies of the undead and the only boy she can think about may very well be a vampire. And if he’s a vampire, will she be forced to kill him?

For ages 16+
My review:
Aurora was a normal girl which hate high school and want to go to college.She have a good relationship with her mother but her father is a jerk with her because he leaves her when she needs him.
She suffered a accident and the government agents saves her from death.She become a vampire hnuter and his life change forever.She doesn't trust in the agents because they force her to kill vampires.She likes Dante because she is like her and she trust in him because he is sincere with her.
She fell in love with Fane a atractive boy from her school and she feel happy and safe when he is around her and she feel normal with him.When she found out that he is a vampire she protects him from the agents and she wants that him to be safe.
I don't like that she doesn't trust in Fane.
Fane knows that she is a vampire hunter and he protect her because he loves her.
It was a interesting reading.
Thank you Nikki for this arc !!!

Welcome to my blog Nikki Jefford !!!

Interview with Nikki !

Please tell us something about you
Although I’m stuck at home more often than not these days, I love adventure, foreign travel, and dressing up. In four and a half years I’m turning 40. I’m in total denial. But I still get carded at restaurants and the double-take when people check the birthdate on my driver’s license. That’s right, inherited the ever-lasting-youth genes from my great-grandmother’s Swedish ancestors.

When did you realize you wanted to be a writer?
Fifth grade is when I consciously knew I wanted to be an author. I was painfully shy growing up. My mom remarried when I was six and we ended up moving all over the West Coast – a new school, sometimes two, every year. Creating characters kept me company. If there wasn’t a book in my hands, there were stories in my head.

What are you hoping to achieve with your novels?
Entertainment and escapism. My readers are college students and nurses; young women who grew up in abusive households like mine; young mothers and professionals who work their buns off whether raising a family or doing the nine to five.

I am honored every time I hear from one of my readers saying that my books provide a pleasurable escape from the daily grind.

Which is your favorite book and favorite author?
I have many favorite books and authors. Everything from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice to Karina Halle’s Experiment in Terror series. Some recent favorites: Anna Dressed in Blood, The Hunger Games trilogy, The Game of Thrones series, Pushing the Limits, Daughter of Smoke and Bone, This is Not a Test, The Snow Child, and Divergent.

Outside of writing what you do for fun?
Read! ;) Take long daily walks; bake; watch TV series; correspond with readers, writers, and family; travel when I can afford it; ride my scooter (during the two months of summer!); daydream; and dance in the living room.

Where do you get the motivation to keep writing and doing what you love?

Writing is my passion. If I’m not tapping out a story, I’m dreaming up dialogue while walking, cooking, or working at my day job.

Which is your ideal day as an author?
Wake up early and eat a big breakfast with a pot of black lavender tea. Write from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Break for lunch. Take Cosmo for a long walk. Answer emails, tweet, blog, etc. Make dinner and chow down with my husband. Then finish it all off with a glass of wine while pleasure reading.

Do you need some background when you write?
Coming up with a rough outline for each book has served me well. I also research things such as spells and amulets for the Spellbound series, and vampire myths and viruses for Aurora Sky.

What's next for you?
I’m about a week away from finishing Enchantment, the final book in the Spellbound series. After that I need to get to work on the second Aurora Sky.

Please leave a message for your readers.
You are the bubbles in my champagne! J It is an honor to entertain you.
And on one final note I’d like to mention to all readers out there: Independent authors thrive on word of mouth. Even one short sentence stating what you liked/didn't like in an Amazon or Goodreads review makes a difference. Thank you for making it possible for indies to continue writing and entertaining readers.

Thank you for your interview and for stopping today on my blog

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